vintage ray ban by bausch & lomb signet made in usa circa 1984 new with tags
counter the heat-rays in these heat ray-ban signet with heat-resistant constant density g15 lenses by the originators bausch & lomb. as seth the zone7style guru tells us about the contemporary luxottica ray ban...."the plastic frames, plastic lenses, poor quality hinges and construction cost 50p to manufacture in china. you paid £120 for them, how does that make you feel? why not come and purchase an original made in usa pair for the same price. bausch & lomb glass lenses, acetate frames, 8 barrel hinges."
nhs #824 46[_]24
made in britian circa 1950's
are the glasses half full or half empty? it depends how you see the world i guess. do you see things clearly or is it somewhat misty? do you have optimum vision through the mist or are you a pessimist? to me these gorgeous empty frames are only half so. see your optician, have them glazed over & optimise your fulfillment. fully!
vintage vans style #44 authentic floral tea tapestry made in usa circa 1990 used USw11/US9N-9.5N/UK8N-8.5N
as the ONLY official stockist of the most sought after pair of made in usa vans, we are happy to offer again the floral tea tapestry. following a return from a european tour with vfc, this pair is again available for one lucky owner. no hype. they speak for themselves
vintage cazal #859 COL192 66[_]10 125 made in west germany circa 1985 new
as far as im concerned, which is pretty far, DO believe the hype. cazal make serious frames & all others pale in comparison. this mid 80s west german model with clear frames & adjustable white arms is 1 example. superior crafsmanship with unparralleled asymmetrics & graduated blue lenses.
an invitation to join us on wilton way as toppers of hackney & the other side of the pillow join forces to exhibit images from the recent royal wedding street party.
toppers will be hosting photographs by local artist clare lewington while we pillow-side will host images by we art you & local amateurs. grab a drink from borough wines, peruse the deadstock & enjoy the imagery. thursday may 19th, 6-9pm.